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  1. Well I since I don't have enough WIP's going I thought I start one for my survivors. I noticed that I can manage to get through at least 4 a month. So in I plan to work on these guys when I need a break from the unDead. The first up is Josh the Thug: And the reaming 4 from the Season 1 box: And 4 more from 2 of the guest box set I picked up to round my survivors to 5/5 female/male.
  2. Because I apparently suffer from extreme ADHD when it comes to miniature painting... squirrel!! Ahem, the following are in various stages of WIP. Everything on the blob and rat has been applied by airbrush and mostly inks and washes to this point. The Abominataur has had some brushwork done since and is nearing completion. Tried something I picked up from a French Youtuber Hutif who mixes some satin varnish in with her inks when she sprays them. Will be doing a comparison on some different models at some point to see if it's actually doing anything but it seems to be helping the ink settle into the recesses better. Applying inks/washes through the airbrush has also been neat as you spray at such a low pressure that you can get really precise. If nothing else, it was great practice. These are not meant to be works of art, just messing around and hoping to get them on the table with 3 or so hours of work each. So far, the minotaur is the farthest along has had about 2 hours total. Thanks for looking.
  3. I realized that I had not posted the results of my completed Zombicide Fatties. Well here I am to remedy that. Several photos to follow. Note that these were taken at different times and on a couple of different camera's.
  4. I've had this guy finished since last year. I couldn't decide how to do the base so I went with a grey. If I come up with an idea I'll fix it later, but for now I call it done enough to hit the game board. I present to Survivor Phil the Cop. As a note pictures are quite as good as some in the past. I don't currently have access to camera I've been using and these were taken with my tablet.
  5. Base coat layer done. Just noticed from the close up pic that I missed a tongue on one of them. Quickshader next. Blood goes on last.
  6. Few touch ups to make and then applying the Quickshader.
  7. I haven't been posting much lately. Not sure why. But I finally finished up my Season 1 walkers. Thought I'd break my photo inertia with a group shot of them on a game board. Not my usual photo set up and not as clear as I could have wanted, but here they are.
  8. Zombicide Black Plague 63 Zombie Figures (No Necromancer, No Abomination, No Heroes) Date Range: Nov. 18th through 27th I will be prepping these miniatures so that I can begin painting after work on Friday Nov. 18th. I have taken off the entire week of Thanksgiving. Some of which will be spent with my family (24th - 26th) as my brother lives all the way across the state and we meet at my parents house every year for Thanksgiving. I will try to keep the ones I paint in the range of the 24th - 28th for the Paint Binge Challenge. As I only have 3 of the Bonus Challenge colors, I will still attempt to use them on several figures: 09279 Fresh Blood 09275 Vampiric Skin XXXXX October Pink These will be painted to tabletop specifications and I plan to use some ink washes on them as they are basic zombies. Will begin posting photos of progress on these guys on Friday the 18th. That round may not be super exciting as it will be the primer for them but it should pick up speed after that. As I usually use a ceramic tile to dry my figures on, I can already tell that is going to be an issue with these, so I will pick up a cheap cookie sheet (or two) so I can spread these guys out a bit and make it easier to move them around. I will also have to clear some shelf space as I don't currently have enough for all of these guys to fit in one location and be protected from the two cats that terrorize the house while we are away.
  9. Another recent project. more to come...
  10. After my exchange mini I wanted to touch work on something less taxing. So I decided to work on a few more Walkers. Also I decided to test out the camera on my new tablet. Not a whole lot of editing options, but I could crop the photos, and I think I got the white balance OK. Here is the group shot: While I finished the highlights on the skin of all 4, I only managed to get this guy's highlights finished. I still plan on putting down some washes to make the shadows darker, and bloody him up. But this is the 1st step in my Zombicide process. I'll see how it looks on my computer in a bit. Edit: I changed to topic title to reflect the change in WIP's Purpose. Later I will add the four unpainted models.
  11. Well, I did a very poor job months ago on my Zombicide: Black Plague hero, Ann the nun. With Sorastro's recent tutorial on how to paint her, I thought to strip her and try again. Unfortunately, despite 72 hours or so soaking in Simple Green, hardly any paint has come off her. Ideas? If I could buy the solo figure again, I would, but no idea if that's even possible.
  12. Here we have a survivor from the Zombicide: Black Plague core box, Nelly. I don't think she's happy. WIP here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/69781-zombicide-black-plague-nelly-samson-and-silas/
  13. Newbie painter here. I've really been struggling with the concept of highlighting, but I've been practicing on my newly acquired Zombicide: Black Plague figures. This is probably the best work I've done so far. I also struggle mightily with eyes, yet managed to do some decent ones here, which does wonders for my confidence. You might remember that I posted some time ago asking for help on the Nun hero whose face I screwed up. I still haven't gone back to her, yet, but eventually I'll have to. Here is the dwarf hero, Samson.​ Tips welcomed.
  14. Yes I am back with another installment of my ever growing horde of Zombicide Zombie Walkers. This go round I went with white as the primary color of choice. I even put a logo on the t-shirt of a walker to hint at what color I started with on the t-shirt. I then gave Choaswolf's dripping blood a try. I didn't have and Tamiya Clear so I used my blood recipe from the 1st groups of walkers to color the blood. Still needs some work on the technique but passable for table top. Here they are: Since the group is growing so much I decided to only show the walkers this round. Since I only have 1 fatty and 2 runner's painted I didn't think it would effect the group shot too much.
  15. Base coat layer applied. The plague skin doesn't show up well in these pics. I still suck at photography, but trust me, the skin is tinted green, not gray. I followed Sorastro's YouTube guide. I would point out if you're thinking of doing this yourself that there are a few details of these particular minis that are hard to make out. Just above the walker's left boot, there is a patch of skin showing through a torn patch of his trousers. I painted over it on all seven and only noticed at the end. Watch out for that. Similarly, I didn't initially catch that the tunic is torn off his abdominal area, but it's intact over the back, so I had to go back and paint over the back after I'd missed it. Lastly, on the back in the right armpit there is a patch torn that's dangling. I couldn't make it out at first, so paint the cloth, but leave a bit of flesh above it. The left shoe is missing, too.
  16. Just some base coats to get things rolling with these folks, nothing too noteworthy I think... Mostly working out of the common colors in my workbench set of paints, though I did have to dig something up for Silas's cloak. Had to mix some green and browns up, ended up using that for the red to tame it a bit.
  17. Here we have a survivor from the Zombicide: Black Plague core box, Samson. WIP here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/69781-zombicide-black-plague-nelly-samson-and-silas/
  18. Here we have a survivor from the Zombicide: Black Plague core box, Silas. WIP here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/69781-zombicide-black-plague-nelly-samson-and-silas/
  19. Here is the 2nd installment in my group of survivors from Season 1 of Zombicide with Josh the Thug. I had to remind myself as I painted that it is only a gaming piece. The side view shows his machete, the piece I decided was good enough from table top. My first installment was Wanda.
  20. I had fun painting this one. He will look great on the board, and will definitely be making appearances on DnD nights.
  21. Loved painting this one as well. It too will be making appearances on DnD nights. I am really pleased with the blackish armor I did on him. It is a great mini to practice blacks on, and I have one more to practice on still
  22. Well I managed to finish up another group of four walkers. Today's color is purple. As I also have the cloak of another figure I'm working on in purple as well. The gore effect on these walker's was achieved by dipping the bristles of a tooth brush into the blood color and then spaying them on the Walkers. Not a bad effect. Thought I would try different effects with each group for varieties sake. The Fatal Femmes: The Grungy Guys: The Current Completed Hoard: Thanks for looking. Still have 5 more groups of 4 walkers to go.
  23. Bob in the role as Tim The Enchanter. I saw parts of the movies, seeing Bob throwing fire around and knew I need a Fireball for him. :-) Small Fireball Tutorial: 01. Get a ~0,65mm needle and glue a small plastic bead on it. Some have balls at the end. 02. For the fire around the needle and the ball I used a small hotgluegun trying not to get a to smoothed surface. 03. After the hotglue was cold I tried with the hot a more uneaven surface on the hotglue, again. 04. I drilled a 0,65mm hole in the hand. (better use a hand drilling tool, not a machine!) 05. Bended the needle a little bit 06. used 2-epoxy-glue to glue it in the hand 07. to make it sure it does not change the position I put the fireball on something. 08. painted it white 09. painted it yellow 10. painted it orange 11. painted it red while orange is wet 12. painted it black on the jet near the hand while orange and red are wet
  24. Falstaff (or Vlad the Impaler / Dracula) I used for the skin the paints 09274: Vampiric Shadow 09275: Vampiric Skin 09276: Vampiric Highlight I'm not really happy about it. I do not see much of it in the face. (I will try to make better pictures without flashlight). On the hands I used a grey wash
  25. First figure from zbp base coat